Safety & Warnings
- Read all instructions before using the product and retain for reference.
- Dispose of packaging with care. Small parts and packaging can pose a choking hazard.
- Supervise children at all times.
- Never allow the product to be ridden near steps, swimming pools or traffic.
- Never allow the product to be ridden near slopes or over rough or uneven surfaces.
- The maximum load should not exceed 55kg.
- Ensure the child sits leaning slightly forward to ensure balance.
- This appliance contains no user-serviceable parts. If it suffers any failure or damage, cease usage and contact Kogan Support.
|1. Body||2. Steering wheel assembly||3. Front wheel assembly||4. Rear wheels||5. Steering wheel cap||6. Hex key||7. Foam sheath|
Not included, required: Rubber mallet, screwdriver or 17mm socket wrench
|Match the notch on each rear wheel housing to the body. Push the wheels in at a 45-degree angle. When installed correctly, the rear wheels will flare out from the body.
WARNING: The rear wheel housing cannot be removed once locked into place.
|Strike the rear wheels with a rubber mallet to secure them in place.
You can use a regular hammer, but if so, use a block of wood between the hammer and wheel so the wheel is not damaged.
|Get the front wheels.|
|Guide the front wheel shaft through the body, into the foam sheath and through the hole at the top of the body.||Strike the base of the front wheel assembly with a rubber mallet. The metal bearing should be seated securely in the body.||Fit the steering wheel into the top of the front wheel assembly.
NOTE: Ensure the bolt is attached to the steering wheel as shown.
|Align the steering wheel with the smaller front wheels so that wide end of the steering wheel faces forward.
NOTE: When the front wheels are assembled and resting on a flat surface, the smaller front wheels should not contact the ground.
|This step is critical to the performance of the product:
Use a 17mm socket wrench OR screwdriver+hex key to tighten the nut as tight as possible.
|Push the cap into the steering wheel.|
|Issue||Possible Cause||Steps to Resolve|
|Rear wheels detach||Product overloaded or subject to impact||
Fit wheel into housing so flat side of white clips contact wheel housing and snap wheel into place.
Observe the maximum load weight.
|The steering wheel is loose or does not propel product||Steering wheel nut is loose or not tightened sufficiently during assembly||
Remove the cap from the steering wheel with a slot screwdriver and loosen the nut with a hex key
Repeat steps 7-8, securing nut as tightly as possible